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Tuesday, 23rd February 2010

The National Forest: Landing on Your Doorstep

A foldout leaflet addressing many of the questions often asked about The National Forest is about to land on the doormat of every household in the Forest.

Wednesday, 6th January 2010

Try Something New in The National Forest & Beyond!

The National Forest & Beyond Visitor Guide for 2010 is just out - packed with new ideas for things to see and do in this wonderful forest in the making.

Thursday, 26th November 2009

The National Forest Hits the Trail

Plans for a new long distance trail across The National Forest took a great step forward recently with the appointment of a National Forest Trail Development Officer.

Wednesday, 4th November 2009

Snow Leopard, Survival Skills, Bothies and Bodgers: The New Edition of Forest Scene is Out Now

The new edition of Forest Scene is bursting with news and stories from The National Forest. For walkers or cyclists; photographers or poets; for those who want to plant one tree or a whole woodland, there is something for everyone in Forest Scene– plus two pages of events from now until May 2010.

Monday, 27th July 2009

Talking Trees at the National Forest Wood Fair

Top tree experts are poised to entertain visitors in the new Talks Tent at the National Forest Wood Fair, to be held on August Bank Holiday Monday.

Thursday, 18th June 2009

Top Ten Tips to capture The National Forest

With trees dripping with fresh lush leaves and summer flowers splashing colour across the countryside, The National Forest is ripe for capturing that perfect shot on camera. And help is at hand for visitors to do just that.

Tuesday, 2nd June 2009

Wildflowers Paint a Pretty Picture across The National Forest

With the bluebells fading and snowdrops a distant memory, it is now the turn of the showy summer wildflowers to provide vivid bursts of colour across The National Forest landscape.

Thursday, 30th April 2009

Before the Forest Began - A New Walk Through The National Forest

The ever-changing landscape of The National Forest makes it a fascinating place for a walk. But a new route has just been devised that explores some of the oldest parts of the Forest, landscapes that were here millennia before the Forest was a gleam in any forester’s eye.

Friday, 17th April 2009

Rolling Out The Blue Carpet in The National Forest

The annual display of spectacular bluebells has begun! Bluebell spotters flock to The National Forest for its vibrant display every year.

Monday, 8th December 2008

Barton Marina Encourages Visitors to Explore

Barton Marina has teamed up with the National Forest Company to install information points, a shelter, picnic tables and other facilities to encourage visitors to explore the local area.

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